- Fluency and Voice.
- Child Language Development
- Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC),Autism,Fluency/Fluency Disorders,Language Disorders,Phonological Disorders,Voice Disorders
My name is Matthew Ibrahim, and this is my first year working as a speech-language pathologist. Prior to becoming a full-fledged speech-language pathologist, I received my undergraduate degree in speech and hearing science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2017, and received my masters in speech, language, and learning from Northwestern University in 2019.
I currently work as a speech-language pathologist with the Niles Township District for Special Education. I primarily work with receptive and expressive language disorders, pragmatic language disorders, speech sound disorders, as well as AAC communication with students ranging from ages 5-13. I have also had the opportunity to gain clinical experience working with fluency disorders as well as voice in my graduate schooling.
When I am not busy being a speech-language pathologist, I enjoy adventuring through the Chicago Metropolitan Area, traveling, hiking, biking, playing video games, and reading books.